Rohit Kamat joins ELEVATE as Senior Vice President, IT

  • Published: 19 January 2018

ELEVATE has appointed industry-leader Rohit Kamat to the newly created role of Senior Vice President (SVP), Information Technology (IT). Rohit brings over two decades of technology, systems and information security insight including previous roles as co-founder of QualNimbus, a testing, inspections and certifications (TIC) industry SaaS solutions startup, and as Vice President of Market Development and Supply Chain Information Solutions for Bureau Veritas.

As SVP, Information Technology, Rohit will lead a number of customer and internal technology initiatives across ELEVATE’s expanding and integrated portfolio of services. Rohit will report directly to Ian Spaulding, Chief Executive Officer.

“We are delighted to welcome Rohit and his passion for leveraging technology to improve customer experience and deliver strategic business transformation,” Ian said. “His general management skillset and experience will accelerate the journey of technology products from concept to market. One of Rohit’s first priorities will be to focus on building out intuitive and value-added information solutions for our customers and improving service delivery turnaround times via increased automation and integration.”

“I am excited about leading ELEVATE’s IT organization and technology-driven initiatives that will enhance business performance and create value for our customers and people,” said Rohit. “Having worked in the TIC, supply chain and IT space, ELEVATE presents a unique opportunity to build solutions that enhance the productivity of our associates, deliver supply chain insights and value-added services for our customers that improve their sourcing and risk management.”

Rohit Kamat has proven experience in formulating and executing business, IT and digital strategies aligned with corporate objectives in multinational organizations. This includes leadership roles at QualNimbus, Bureau Veritas, Dell, Capgemini and Ernst & Young. He earned his MBA from The University of Texas at Austin, and his BE in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Karnatak University.